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Guam Alåguan with Chicken
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GUAM ALÅGUAN WITH CHICKEN

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This is an excellent way to use the leftover chicken, rice, and coconut milk you’ve been saving in the freezer. Gollai hågon spinach, or spinach with coconut milk and turmeric, is a delectable accompaniment with alåguan.

INGREDIENTS

Set 1

¼ cup lard or oil of choice

1 cup chopped yellow onions

10 cloves garlic, minced

Set 2

12 cups chicken stock, hot

5 cups cooked short-grain rice

Set 3

6 cups roughly chopped cooked chicken

1 tablespoon ground black pepper

1 tablespoon salt

2 cans thick coconut milk

Set 4

Cubed eggs, topping

Chopped green onions, topping

Cubed avocado, topping

Tools: large pot, rubber spatula

DIRECTIONS

In a large pot, heat your oil on medium heat. When the oil is ready, sautee the onions till soft then add garlic and sautee for a minute.

Add hot chicken stock to the pot then add the rice. Bring to a boil and boil until the mixture thickens, breaking any chunks.

Add the chicken and heat through for a minute.

Pour the coconut milk into the pot and simmer a few minutes until it thickens a bit more. Taste, adding more pepper and salt as needed.

Serve and top with cubed eggs, avocado, and green onions.

 You might also like the original Alåguan

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SATISFYING YOUR GUAM RECIPE CRAVINGS SINCE 2006.

Effective March 2021, PaulaQ will begin replacing Canola and vegetable/seed oils in recipes with pure lard from Reverence Farm, and organic coconut oil. In addition, beef, pork, and poultry products will be sourced from Reverence Farm in Graham, NC. 

 

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